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YEAR BOOK 

SAN FRANCISCO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

SEVENTH EXHIBITION 



UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ARCHITEC- 
TURAL LEAGUE OF THE PACIFIC COAST 



JUNE THE SEVENTH TO JUNE 

THE NINETEENTH, INCLUSIVE 

MCMXV 



D. N. & E. WALTER BUILDING 

CORNER O'FARRELL AND STOCKTON STREETS 




TOBIAS BEARWALD 

Directors »( Exhibition: 
M. B. MERGEN O. M. PRESTON 




Group for Lamps at Orphei.m 
Theatre, Salt Lake City 
G Albert Lansburhh. Architect 
Finn Frolich. Sculptor 



Copies of this catalogue have been retained 
for sale and will be forwarded, postpaid, 
upon the receipt of one dollar and fifty cents 



Copyright 1915 by 

The San Francisco Archilectur.il Club 

Date of Publication 

June 7. 1915 



THE HANSEN CO . SAN FKANCISCO 




FOREWORD 

i^^HE DEVELOPMENT of Architecture has gradually become a factor 
of greater importance in the life of the community, ever since the 
time when Man became discontented with the uncertain branch on 
which to hook his tail and proceeded to build himself a more com- 
fortable resting place and shelter. 

The few enthusiastic and congenial souls, in whose minds was formed the 
nucleus of this Club, soon realized that the duties of this organization were more 
comprehensive than the purposes for which they had first organized ; i. e. the ideal 
interchange of opinion and thought amongst the "favored few" of its membership. 

They began to feel the necessity of stimulating the architects at large to 
putting forth their best efforts in producing logical and individual solutions of their 
problems in Architecture and the Allied Arts, and of holding before the practitioners 
and yet-to-be practitioners of Architecture a high ideal of the standard, which should 
be attained in order to be worthy of the profession to which they have devoted 
themselves, and lastly, but by no means the least important, the duty of inculcating 
a better understanding in the community at large as to what constitutes good 
architecture, and to awaken a desire for New Civic Ideals, and for more sympathetic 
relationship between fellow-workers. 

The realization of this duty to the community brought into being the ex- 
hibitions, held by this and other similar clubs throughout the country, 

No doubt, the ensemble and individual buildings of the Great Panama- 
Pacific International Exposition, with their qualities of beauty, grace of outline, 
dignity of mass, sublety of proportion, harmony of color, and coherence of com- 
position, which elements serve to make Architecture lasting, will di> a great deal 
towards stimulating the imagination of the Public. 

However, it is our earnest hope that this exhibition will serve as a mile post 

of a year's progress in the work of spreading the Gospel of Truth and Beauty. 

Well has it been said of Architecture 

"There is no truth without beauty, 
There is no beauty without truth." 

If this exhibition has, in its own little way, 
First, for the public : served to promote a more general and intelligent interest in 

the art of Architecture throughout the community at large; 
Second, for the architect : served to encourage a manly interchange of friendly 

criticism and of purity in professional life, as well as a full appreciation of 

his duty to the novitiate; 
Third, in general : served to stimulate a spirit of co-operation between the client, 

the architect and the builder; 
it will have accomplished its purpose and justified the noble and untiring efforts 
of our faithful Committee. 

ALBERT L. LAPACHET. 



Architectural League of the 
Pacific Coast 

This League was organized in Portland, Oregon, March 22, 
1909. Its objects are the promotion of a closer affiliation be- 
tween the various Chapters of the American Institute of 
Architects and the Architectural clubs, the formation of such 
organizations in cities where none now exist, the holding of 
an annual convention, yearly architectural exhibitions, organ- 
ized scholarship work, and the general advancement of 
educational work among the young men. 



OFFICERS OF LEAGUE 

CHARLES PETER WEEKS, President, San Francisco 
JOHN BAKEWELL. Jr.. Vice-Pres. . San Francisco 
AUG. G. HEADMAN, Sec'y-Treas. , San Francisco 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

CARL F. GOULD MORRIS H. WHITEHOUSE 

WARREN C. PERRY RODOLPH A. HEROLD 

THOMAS E. PRING 



MEMBERS OF LEAGUE 

WASHINGTON STATE CHAI II R 

OREGON STATE CHAPTER 

SAN FRANCISCO SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 

SAN FRANCISCO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

CIVIC ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF SACRAMENTO 

ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



San Francisco Chapter, American Institute 
of Architects 



W. B. Faville 
President 



Allen, Harris 
Antonovich, E. P. 
Applegarth, Geo. Adrian 

Bakewell, John, Jr. 
Bartii, Hermann 
Baur, John Albert 
Binder, W.m. 
Buss, W. D. 
BLOHME, J. Harry 
Boese, Frederick D. 
Bolles, E. G. 
Brown, Arthur, Jr. 

Campbell, Alden W. 
Cahill, B. J. S. 
Cannon, Edward W. 

COATES, W.\l. DEMMOND, Jr 

Coppey, A. 

COXHEAD, E. A. 

Crim, W'm. II.. Jr. 

CUNNINOH \M. IIauhy L. 

Curlett, Aleck E. 

Day, Clinton 
Denke, August R. 
Devlin. Leo i 
Dickey, Chas. \V. 
Dolliver, J. W. 
Donovan, John J. 

Ehrbnpfort, Arthur T. 
Fairwbathkr, J. S. 



JANUARY 1, 1915 
Edgar A. Mathews 

Vil'l -I'll siili III 

Trustees 
W. B. Faville 

Wm. Moose k 
J as. Reid 

Farr, Albert 
Faville, Wm. B. 
Freeman, J. Eugene 
Ferris, (J. A. 

Garden, Edw. G. 
Qarin, Etienne A. 
Class, E, 

Hart, Ralph Warner 
Hatch, John Davis 

HauPT, Oscar 
1 1 WENS, ('has. I. 

Hays, Wm. Charles 
i [i ujman, August <J. 

1 1 EM. MINGS, E. C 

Herold, Rudolph A, 
Hobart, Lewis 1'. 

3, ( 'iiaki.es E. 
I [oen, Ernest Martin 

Holmes. EDWARD L. 

Howard, John Galen 
Herold, Pete .1. 
Hirschpeld, B. s. 

.1 kcoBS, Alfred II. 
Joseph, Bern m;i> J. 

Kaiser. CHAS. S 
Keliiam. Geo. W. 
Kenit/.eh. i'u M 

Knowi.es, Wm. 



Sylvain Sciinaittacher 
Secretary and Treasurer 



Kraft, Elmer Jerome 

Lansburgh, (Iustav Albert 
Lenzen, Theodore W. 
Lichenstein, Milton 
LOFQUIST, John O. 
Longchamps. Fred J. de 
Lowe, Willis C. 
Lazarus, Edgar M. 
Lenzen, L. T. 

MacDonald, Kenneth, Jr. 
MaSTROPASQUA, Louis 
Mathews, EdOAR A. 
Mathews, W. J. 

Mo( 'all. ('has. Wm. 

McDOl GALL. B. <i. 

McDoUGALL, ('. 

McDougall, Geo. B. 
Meussdorffer, C. A. 

Meyer. FREDERICK II. 

Meyers. Henry II. 

Miller, J. R. 

Mitchell, Wm. Garden 

Molera, K. J. 

MoosBR, William 

Mi llo \rdt, Louis i Ihristian 

norberg, e. l. 

Newman. Wm A 
Nkwsom, J. C \ther 
N'EWSOM, Sidney B. 
Nicholson, Arthur l>. 



o.sborn. edw. j. 
O'Brien, Matthew 
O'Brien, Smith 

Papp, Charles 
Page, Geo. W. 

1'akker, Walter H. 
Politeo, Matthew V. 
Polk, Willis 

Raigiel. William Otis 
Ratcliff, Walter II, 
Reed. Walter D. 
Reid, James W. 
Reid. Merritt J. 
Righetti, Perseo 
Ross. T. PATTERSON 
RUSHFOBTH, (iEO. 
Reid, John. Jr. 



Roberts, J. L. 

Salfield, David 
Sanders, Geo. H. 
Sawyer. HOUGHTON 
Schmidt. Herbert A. 
Schnaittacheb, Sylvain 
Sciiroepfer, Albert 
Schulze, Henry A. 
SCHWERDT, Pllll, I, II' 
Scott, Earl B. 
Keadler. James 
SEXTON, Norman W. 
Shea. Frank T. 
Shea, Will D. 
Smith, Henry C. 
Smith, Thomas 
Speir. Oswald 



Sutton, Albert 
'Schardin, F. H. 
Sellon, Geo. C. 

Toepke. W. H. 
Trapiiagen, 0. G. 

Vogel, E. J. 
Voorhees, Fred Duane 

Ward, Clarence R. 
Weeks, Charles Peter 
Weeks, William Henry 
Welsh. Thos. J. 
Werner. Carl 
Woollett, Wm. L. 
Wright, G. A. 
Wright, John 
Wythe, Willson J. 



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Sketch, Arch of Titus 

Sam Lightner Hyman 



San Francisco Architectural Club 

126 Post Street, San Francisco 



ORGANIZED 
SEPTEMBER 28, 1901 



OFFICERS 

Albert L. Lapachet, President 

Charles Peter Weeks, Vice-President 
Albert R. Williams, Secretary 

William J. Helm, Jr., Treasurer. 

DIRECTORS 

T. L. Pplueger 
Thomas Bendell A. M. Loewenthal 

ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR 
R, S. Chew, C. E. 

LIFE AND WATER COLOR INSTRUCTOR 
E. Spencer Macky 

PAST PRESIDENTS 

Arthur O. Johnson Wm, II. Cbih, Jr. 

Karl B. Scott Frank A. FarNKOPF 

George Wagner August G. Headman 

IIaulky ti. Corwin Kenneth MacDonald, Jr. 

Tobias BeaRWALD Harry E. Xye 

George E. Greenwood 

EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 
Charles Peter Weeks, Chairman 

Cass GILBERT AUGUST G. HEADMAN 

Robert Stead Arthub Bbown, Jr. 

Irving K. Pond G. A. Applbqarth 

Caul V. Conn KENNETH MACDONALD 

Mykon Hint Jambs W. Rsm 

('. W DlCKCT ClaBENCB H. Ward 

Tobias BEARWALD Ben.i. 0. McDoUGAUL 

i Ieo. E. Gbeknwood 



Members of the San Francisco 
Architectural Club 



Bolles, E. G. 
Gilbert, ('ass 

I. kRSEN, L. A. 

Pond, [rving K. 
Ward, Clarence R. 



Abrahams, Harry 
Acton, Richard S. 

AlLLAMAND, F. 

Brooke, Herbert V. 
1 1 ldgley, Bert 
Bakewell, John, Jr. 
Batsfobd, Dewal 
Beabwald, Tobias 
BenDELL, Tikis. 
Bertz, Earle 
Bein, Adolph 
Blaine, R. W. 
Boldemann, Elmo L. 
Brauer, Fred 
I iROl chard, P. 
Brown, II. Raymond 
Browne, Frederick A. 
Buckley, Vincent 
Burnett, II. E. 
( 'n upman, F. A. 
Clifford, W. ('. Jb. 
Com:, \v. Lloyd 
Cowell, II. E. 
Crapo, \V. W. 
( 'ki.m, Wm. II.. Jr. 
Carylon, R. M. 
Dallas, B. J. 
DeBrunner, Wm. 

DlNGLEY, R. G. 

Deichmann, 0. A. 
Bames, Edward A. 

Dl N SAVANT, W.M. K. 

Bichler, Alfred W. 
Faville, Wm. B. 
Flanders, Edward 



HONORARY 

liS Post Street 

New York City 

560 .Mission Street 

SI. Louis, .Missouri 

Alaska Commercial Building 

REGULAR MEMBERS 

107 14th Avenue 
1365 Valencia street 

126 Post Street 

122 Olive Avenue, Piedmont 

1452 Waller Street 

417 Montgomery St., 251 Kearny St. 

5483 Kales Avenue, Oakland 

Merchants National Bank Bldg. 

P. 0. Box 17.!. Frnitvale 

2559 Filbert Street 

1542 Webster street 

442 E. 15th Street, Oakland 

2ii24 Sutter Street 

74li Lyon Street 

126 Post Street 

3645 17th Street 

('are Benj. O. McDougall, Sheldon Bldg. 

1!)7 Colridge Street 

5424 .Market Street, Oakland 

3262 Central Avenue, Alameda 

1175 Washington Street 

108 Peninsula Avenue, San Mateo 

Merced, Cal. 

714 St. iner Street 

425 Kearny Street 

515 Felton Street 

Merced, Cal. 

2909 clay Street 

575 Kellogg Avenue, Palo Alto 

1046 Ellis Street 

1539 Webster Street 
27m (ii-eeu Street 

4400 19th Street 

1 Balboa Kid-. 

Easton Addition, Burlingame 



KrK'KSTAD, I. C. 

( IaiLEY, Daniel R. 
Gaehen, Wm. I. 

GlBERSIIN, E. P. 

Goldman, Al. 
Gbamont, Maurice 
Greenwood, Geo. E. 
Hardy, Arthur M. 
Haupt, Oscar 
Headman, AUGUST ( !. 
Helm, "Wm. J., Jr. 
Herd, Leslie 
iilldebrand, ernest ii. 
Hillieh, W. Harry 
1 1 hot, Louis L. 
Huson, W. E. 
Janssen, Arthur D. 
Jacobs, Marc 
Jacobsen, Louis 
Johnson, Oliver L. 
Junes, Earl R. 
Jones, Frederick W. 
Jones, Rodney T. 
JORGENSON, .Mark Twain 
Kelham, Geo. W. 
Kaleschke, Em ilk J. 
K E.Mi-, L. K. 
Kerb, Wm. John 
Kevseu. Lawrence II. 
Knudsen, II. 
Cramer, Fred M. 
LaFranchi, Arthur 
Lamp, < 'has. .1. 
Lapachet, Al. L. 
Lassen, Albert II. 
Locke, liw T. 
Leonhaeuser, Carlos 
LEVI, Alfred !•'. 
LlNDACHER, 11. P. 

Lloyd, George 
Loewentb u ., A. M. 

[jEASON, II. J. 

Miller, Clyde • '. 

Marshall. MURRAY 

Mages, Jameb A. 
Malmoren, Edgar J., Jh 

.Mehekin. Mark M.. Jr. 



2812 13th Avenue, Oakland 

1849 Jackson Street 

1014 Masonic Avenue 

437 Bankers Investment Bldg. 

1508 Devisadero Street 

1018 Clay Street 

3630 17th Street 

170 6th Avenue 

Phelan Bldg. 

New Call Building 

1462 California Street. 

211 First National Bank Bldg.. Berkeley 

Crocker Building 

832 Cle Street 

1591 Greenwich Street 

1629 Rush Street 

1612 45th Avenue, Oakland 

4036 18th St. 

2125 Pine Street 

1)97 Dolores Street 

47S Utah Street 

12117 1st Avenue 

47s Utah Street 

1906-B Polsom street 

Sharon Bldg. 

105 Buena Vista Terrace 

Care Ralston Iron YVks., 20th & Indiana 

2255 Mariposa Street 

1219 15th Avenue 
2:12 ISartlett Street 

1146 Plorida Street 

1605 Humboldt Bank Bldg. 

4:i(i Castro Street 
1 lo Sutter Street 

2426 Howard Street 
45 Middle Street 
1243 Eddy Street 
2120 Post Street 
2004 Bush Street 
310 ( lalifornia street 
1380 Masonic Avenue 
3912 23rd sti. 

1337 45th Avenue 

442 E. 15th street. Oakland 

110 ; HI I is Street 

Box 114. Oorte Madera 

307 Seot; Stn 



Mellberg, Akthi'r H. 
Merchant, W, G. 
.Michelsen, Harry 
Morrison, Milton W. 
Munk, Frederick 
Mohr, Oscar 
Morgan, Wm. V. 
Xye, Harry E. 
Norbebg, John E. 
O'Keefe, W. F. 
Pflueger, T. L. 
Popkens, James TI. 
Pearson, Arthur 
Quandt, Fred W. 
Rademacher. V. X. 
Reininghaus, B. 
Richardson, C. E. 
Robson, John 
Reinhkbtz, X. 
Rienecker, Carl A. 
Rogers, Franklin 
Schrader. Otto R. 
Stephen, Wallace A. 
Schott, Rudolph 
Stone, Walter A. 
Schmidts, Carl R. 
Shaw, Raymond R. 
Starks, Leo F. 
Schultz, II. R. 
Smith, Albert 
Strothoff, Chas. F. 
Stahlbebg, <;. T. 
Siemsen, Fred F. 
Strinoiiam, Roland I. 
Shea, Raymond 

Schalk, Louis 

Thomas, L. II. 
THOMSEN, Harry, Jr. 
Tellefsen, Arthur E. 

I'ttley, II. F. 
Vii.lalon, Henry 
Vecohi, Albert 
Walker, Leland F. 
Weeks, Peter ('has. 
White, High ('. 
Williams, Albert R. 



1612 Prince Street, Berkeley 

806 Masonic Avenue 

Care C. P. Weeks. Mutual Sav. Bk. Bldg. 

4!) 6th Avenue 

58 Francis Street 

1264 Union Street 

345 Jersey Street 

538 9th Avenue 

46 Kearny St., care Havens & Topke 

1423 Central Avenue, Alameda 

1015 Guerrero Street 

118 Fillmore Street 

1257 Nbe Street 

590 8th Avenue 

1351 McAllister Street 

Anade Hotel. 20th & San Pahlo, Oak. 

Hotel Avalon, Oakland 

112 Xatoma Street 

1552 Steiner Street 

3930 Mission Street 

Jefferson Apts., 871 Turk Street 

250 Kirham Street 
925 Shotwell Street 
1619 Broadway, Alameda 
686 5th Avenue 

2524 Milvia Street. Berkeley 

2221 Market Street 

365 5th Avenue 

310 Security Bank Bldg.. Oakland 

3486 17th Street 

2276 15th Street 

831 York Street 

525 Guerrero Street 

251 Kearny street 
742 Market Street 
2409 Washington Street 

314 Pantages Bldg., Oakland 
305 Sharon Bldg. 
:i7o 4tli Avenue 

2111 Prince Street. Berkeley 
1930 Mason Street 

856 Union street 
1659 Oak St ret 
.Mutual Bank Bldg. 
Box 143, Rust. Cal. 
1 41 S Leavenworth Street 



Williams, Morton A. 
Weber, Peter 
Williams, Geo. B. 
Wilson, R. H. 
Wevl, Carl J. 
Zechmann, Max 



677 51st Street, Oakland 
2224 Mariposa Street 
1069 Treat Avenue 

880 Mission Street 
581 Dolores Street 
648 Fell Street 



Beveridge, David 
Brandlein, R. C. 
Cole, James S. 
Cohn, Louis 
Clack, Theo. A. 
Dwan, Jas. P. 
Deakin, Wm. R. 
Franz, Val, Jr. 
Freear, Geo. H. 
Gordon, B. J. 
Klahn, Walter IT. 
Kruse, Lawrence A 
Lange, Eric 
Manville, W. D. 
Mahy, Eugene, Jr. 
Mero, C. V. 
Maurer, Audley E. 
Neper, Wm. P. 
Scully, J. Ed. 
Spier, Oswald 
Smith, Basiiford 
SCHEAL, Karl II. 
Switzer, T. W. 
Woods, James L. 
Ward, P. R. 

SCHBOBDEB, A. E. 

Bbakwalo, T. 

BlTTS, Wm. B. 
Bolles, E. B. 
Broochoud, I'. 

BuQBES, A. S. 

CoBwm, ll. ti. 

EhrENPFORT, A. T. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

Corte Madera 

1533 McAllister Street 

155 12th Avenue, San Mateo 

3611 Sacramento Street 

1651 Larkin Street 

447 Turk Street 

1645 Larkin Street 

530 35th Avenue 

Sharon Bldg. 

2218 Clay Street 

27 Chenery Street 

W41 Turk Street 

206-210 Sharon Bldg. 

Care Daily Pac. Builder, 560 Mission 

215 O 'Parrel! Street 

126 Otis Street 

3526 Fulton Street 

1502 Shotwell Street 

666 Phelan Bldg. 

2731 Dwiglit Way. Berkeley 

525 Market Street 

426 Devisadero Street 

1438 Madison Street, Oakland 

Y. M. C. A. Bldg. 

981 Guerrero street 

1850 Pierce street 



CHARTER MEMBERS 
Paenkopf, P. A Heiniiardt. P. J. 

Headman, August n. Scott, E. B. 



Johnson, a. O. 
Johnson, a. R. 
LEBENBAOM, F. ('. 
Nye, II. E. 



SCHWDUN, M. A. 

Smitten, II. If. 
Von Ahnden, .1 II 

W M1SFK. Oeoroe 



DECEASED MEMBERS 

.1. B. Kaiser Jas. I'. M.u.oxey. 

('. A. Neib.mer 



ACKNOWLEDGMENT 



The San Francisco Architectural Club desires 
to here record its sense of indebtedness to those 
architects, artists, and the allied arts, for loans 
of their work which made possible this exhibi- 
tion, thereby materially contributing to the 
growth and promotion of Architecture. 

To the patrons and others who have helped us 
financially. The San Francisco Architectural 
Club desires to express its sincere appreciation 
of the liberal support given this project without 
which this exhibition would not have been 
possible. 

To D. N. & E. Walter & Co. we owe our many 
thanks and appreciation for the use of the space 
to house our exhibition. 



List of Patrons 



Crocker, Ch 

Shreve 



Architects 



Allen, Glenn 

Monadnock Building 
Antonovicii, E. P. 

Monadnock Building 
Bakewell & Brown 

251 Kearny Street 
Baur, John 

Sharon Building 
Bearwald, Tobias 

Merchants National Bank Building 

Blaisdell, N. 

255 California Street 

Boese, Frederick D. 

45 Kiearny Street 
BOLLES, Enw. G. 

660 Market Street 
CahILL, B. J. S. 

571 i alifornla Streei 
Clausen, C. 0, 

Ih.iisl Building 

Coates & Traver 

Head Building 
Crim. W. II.. Jr. 

126 Kearny Street 
Devlin. ( 'has. .1. I. 

T:',T Pacific r.nilding 
Devlin, Leo. J. 

73] Pacific Building 
Dickey, C W. 

I lakland 
Dm, liver & Sw \i\ 

l'ui Sansome si reel 

Dunn, J. P. 

Monadnock Building 

Frickstad, [van C. 
Qranl Building 

Kuve. Charles ('. 

20 Montgomery Street 

llAVS. WM. C. 

Pirei National Bank Building 

111 \|IM \N. All. I ST 

n,» call Building 

lllM>. W. (i. 

16 Kearnj Stn 

Hobabt, Lewis P. 
Crocker Building 



ARLES TEMPLETON 
Building 

Architects 

Howard, John Galen 

604 Mission Street 
II v.man, Sam LlGHTNER 

2230 Sacramento Street 
Joseph, Bernard J. 

74 New Montgomery Street 

Keliiam, Geo. W. 

Sharon Building 

Kearnr, D. D. 

251 Kearny Street 
Knowles, William 

1301 Hearst Building 

Lansburgh, (i. Albert 

709 .Mission Street 

MaSTROPASQUA, I. oris 

580 Washington Street 

MacDonald & MacDonald 

58 Suiter si reel 
McDougall, I'.EN.I. <i. 

Sheldon Building 
Meyer, Frederick II. 

Bankers investment Building 

Meyers, Henry II. 

1201 Kohl Building 

Meusdorffer, C. A. 

Humboldt Bank Building 

Miller, J. 1!. 

i.i.-k Building 

Morgan, J via a 

Merchants Exchange Building 
Ml LLGARDT, L. C. 

Chronicle Building 

Nordin, August 
Mills Building 

O'Brien Bros., Cnc. 

240 Monti reet 

O'Brien, Smith 

Humboldt Bank Building 

Polk, Wili is i: * lo. 
Ilobart Building 

Powers. J. II. 
Reid Br 

1".", Mon' 



Architects 

Reid, John, Jr. 

First National Bank Building 
RlGHETTI, PERSEO 

1168 Phelan Building 
RlXFORD, LORING P. 

Sharon Building 
Rousseau & Rousseau 

110 Sutter Street 
Sawyer, Houghton 

shreve Building 
ScHWERDT. Philip 

726 Clement Street 
Shea, W. D. 

24 Kearny Street 
Shea & Lofquist 

Bankers Investment Building 



Architects 

Siebrand, Carl 

San Francisco 

Skidmore, C. II. 

Hearst Building 

Smith, Henry C. 

Humboldt Bank Building 

Weeks, Charles Peter 

Mutual Bank Building 
Weeks, W. II. 

75 I'ost Street 
Ward & Blohme 

310 Sansome Street 
Young. Edw. E. 

251 Kearny Street 




List of Exhibitors 



Allen, Glenn 

San Francisco 
Allen, Harris 

Berkeley 
Antonovich, E. P. 

San Francisco 
Applegarth, Geo. A. 

San Francisco 
Bakewell & Brown 

San Francisco 
Baur, John 

San Francisco 
Bearwald, Tobias 

San Francisco 
Blaisdell, N. 

San Francisco 
Bliss & Paville 

San Francisco 
Boese, Frederick D. 

San Francisco 

BOLLES, Edw. (i. 
San Francisco 

Cahill, B. J. S. 

San Francisco 
Clausen. ('. 0. 

San Francisco 
( 'dATES & Travbr 

San Francisco 

CRIM. W. II., Jr. 

San Francisco 

Devlin, ('has. J. I. 

San Frann 
Devlin. Leo -I 

San Francisco 
Dickev, ('. W. 

Oakland. California 

Doli.iver & Swain 
San Francisco 

Dunn, J. F. 

San Francisco 

Fabre & Bearwald 

San Francisco 
Farr. Albert 

San Francisco 

FricksTAD, Ivan C. 
San Francisco 



Garden & Kuhn 

San Francisco 
Hays, Wm. C. 

San Francisco 

Headman, August 

San Francisco 
Hind, W. G. 

San Francisco 
IIobart, L. P. 

San Francisco 
Howard, John Galen 

San Francisco 
Hyman, Sam Lightner 

San Francisco 
Jacobs, Alfred Henry 

San Francisco 
Joseph, Bernard J. 

San Francisco 
Kearns, D. D. 

San Francisco 
Kelham, (Jeo. W. 

San Francisco 
KnowleS, William 

San Francisco 
Lansburgii, <!. Albert 

San Francisco 
Mastropasqua, Louis 

San Francisco 
Mathews, Edgar A. 

San Francisco 
Marrow. S. F. 

San Francisco 
Martin. Eugene K. 

Berkeley 
MacDiinai.I) & MacDoNALD 

San Francisco 
McAfee. II C. 

San Francisco 

McDougall, Ben.i. G. 

San Francisco 
Meusdorffer. C. A 

San Francisco 
Mitchell. W. Ga&DBN 

San Francisco 
Morgan. Julia 

San Francisco 
Mi i.i.dart. L i 

San Francisco 



Newman, William A. 

Wan Francisco 

Nobdin, August 

San Francisco 
O'Brien Bros., Inc. 

San Francisco 
O'Brien. Smith 
San Francisco 

Papp, Charles & Co. 

San Francisco 

Parker, Walter II. 

San Francisco 

Perry, Warren C. 

San Francisco 
PlaCHEE, James W. 

Berkeley 
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San Francisco 

Powers, J. II. 

San Francisco 

Ratcliff, W. II.. Jr. 

Berkeley 

Ueii) Bros. 

San Francisco 
Reid. John, Jr. 

San Francisco 
RlXFORD, Lorinq 1'. 

San Francisco 

Rousseau & Rousseau, Inc. 

San Francisco 

Sax Francisco Architectural Club 

San Francisco 
Sawyer, Houghton 

San Francisco 



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San Francisco 
Shea & LtOFQUIST 

San Francisco 

Simpson, Horace G. 

San Francisco 

Skidmore, C. II. 

San Francisco 

Smith. Henry C. 
San Francisco 

Stanton, J. E. 

San Francisco 
Svmmes. Edwin J. 

Oakland, California 

Thayer, 0. R. 

San Francisco 

University of California 

Berkeley 

Waknecke, Carl I. 
San Francisco 

Ward & Blohme 

San Francisco 

Weeks, Chaki.es I'etei; 
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San Francisco 

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San Francisco 

Wright & Rushpord 
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San Francisco 




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Geo. W. Kelham, Architect. 




Court of Abundance, P. P. I. E. 
Louis Christian Mullgabdt, Architect. 




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Milton- Bancroft. Artist. 




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San Diego, Cal. 

Bertram G. Goodhue, Architect. 




Commerce and Industries Building, Panama-California Exposition, 

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Lewis P. IIobart, Architect. 




Carnegie Library. Wiluts, Cal. 
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Henry C. Smith, Architect. 




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Los Angeles 
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Styles progress in baths as in other furnishings for the modern 
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effort to produce a fixture which would represent the last word in 

sanitation and convenience at a 
reasonable cost. They are far su- 
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They save space, are five inches 
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have better bathing accommoda- 
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For further information and literature 
illustrating and describing 'Standard'' Built- 
in Baths, call or address the "&tatttlarb" 
San Francisco Showroom. 



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c>4gents 
711 Mission St. 



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INTERIOR DECORATING & DRAPING 

Chinese, Oriental and Domestic Rugs, Floor Coverings 
and Fine Furniture Wall Papers and Window Shades 
Sketches, Color Schemes and Estimates ubmitte d 

216-228 Sutter Street J* San Francisco 



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Native Natural While Silica Sands Absolutely Free from Silt 
Samples and Prices on Application 

Pacific Improvement Company 

401-6 Crocker Building, San Francisco 

PHONE SUTTER 



San Francisco Metal 
Stamping and Corrugating Co. 

Manufacturci 

Stamped, Spun, Hammered and Drawn 

METAL ORNAMENTAL WORK 

Metal Roofing Tile Metal Siding Conductor Pipe 
2269 Folsom Street, near Nineteenth, San Francisco 

Phone: Mission 2421 



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The only properly proportioned mix in this market. Composed of hard, clean, fresh- 
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necessary amount of sand. 

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22 Battery St., San Francisco 

Telephone Sutler 

Manufacturers of Sanla Cruz Diamond Lime 

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The only system on the market made of 
standard hot roll channel, also made in cold 
roll channel. 

The continuous plates with up-turned lugs 
spaced the required distances ready to re- 
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of any system on the market. 

The "Henderson Clip" used in douhle par- 
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Being approved of on the buildings it has 
been used in and by architects, engineers and 
builders throughout America, proves its 
merits. 

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use. 



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and the only practical way to fasten wood 
nailing blocks to metal channel studs. 

Made of a stiff galvanized wire (NO 
RUSTING) and installed with a pocket 
pincers made for this particular purpose. 

While this system has only been on the mar- 
ket about a year, it has been used in prac- 
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metal channel partitions in this part of the 
state, and has been approved of by every one 
who has seen it in use. 

Upon inspection of its qualifications, this 
system you will eventually specify and use. 

Send for descriptive catalogue to 



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487-491 Monadnock Building, San Francisco, California 



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Hangers and Frames 

Sliding Doors Can Be Installed Without Extra 
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Our Patented Frame Lines With 
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San Francisco 






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Office: Mission 2576 

Mill: Mission 725 



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Sanitary^ Ware 

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Boston 
New York 
Chicago 
London 



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Office and Showroom 

571 Mission Sreet, San Francisco 

H. W. Finch, Manager 

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General Contractors 

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Olympic Club Building 

City Auditorium Building 

Sacramento County Court House 

Young Men's Christian Association Building 

And Many Others of Like Character 



Offices: 95 2-9 7 Monadnock Building, San Francisco, Calif 




H. Mortenson, President 

Chas. G. Mortenson, Vice-Pres. and Manager. 



Phone Mission 5033 



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- - - Contractors for - - - 

Structural Steel and Iron 

Office and Shops 

Corner of Nineteenth and Indiana Streets 

San Francisco, California 



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ILLUMINATION EFFICIENCY. PHYSICAL REPORTS. ELEC- 
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VITREOUS CHINA 

CLOSET TANKS 

CLOSET BOWLS 

WALL LAVATORIES 

PEDESTAL 

LAVATORIES 

DRINKING FOUNTAINS 

ETC. 




IRON ENAMELED 

BATH TUBS 

LAVATORIES 

LAUNDRY TRAYS 

FLAT RIM SINKS 

ROLL RIM SINKS 

ETC. 



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Quality Counts 



Pacific Porcelain Ware Co. 
Pacific Sanitary Mfg. Co. 



Branches 
Portland and 
Los Angeles 



c^iain Office and Display Room 
67 New Montgomery St., San Francisco 



Works 
Richmond, Cal. 




Stanley 

Ball Bearing Hinges 



OUCCESSFULLY solve the prob- 
lem of hanging heavy doors by 
eliminating friction, thereby pre- 
venting creaking, binding and 
wearing down. These Butts can 
be furnished with holes drilled ac- 
curately to template for use on 
metal doors. The Non-rising pins 
of these Butts will not work out 
of the joint. — Write for full in- 
formation. 



Made in all finishes including the 
new "Stanley" Sherardized and Plat- 
ed Finish, which will not rust and 
greatly prolongs the life of the hinge. 

See our catalogue on pages 778-779- 
780-781 of Sweets on Building Con- 
struction. 




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STANDARD VARNISH WORKS' EXHIBIT 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition — Palace of Mines and Metallurgy — Section 14 

A Cordial Invitation is Extended to Everyone 

To attend our Exhibit at the Exposition held in San Francisco 
This exhibit is instructive and extensive. Rare woods from all countries are shown. 
Beautifully finished panels demonstrate the most modern methods of wood finish- 
ing, embracing the most artistic and unique treatment. 

Make our Exhibit place your headquarters. It will be our privilege to extend to you 
every courtesy and assistance. 



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New York 



Chicago San Francisco London Berlin Paris Brussels Melbourne 
International Varnish Co., Ltd., Toronto, Canada 



Los Angeles 
Pressed Brick Company 



Plant No. 1 Los oAngeles 

Plant No. 2 Santa rjTWonica 

Plant No. 3 Richmond 



United Materials Co. 

No. 5 Crossley" Building, . . San Francisco 

Distributors for Northern California 



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Roberts Mfg.0. 

DESIGNERS ©MAKERS 

OF 

LIGHTING FIXTURES 




SAN FRANCISCO 

663 Mission Street 

Phone Kearny 1715 



OAKLAND 




H. E. BOTH1N, President 

W. H. FRENCH, Vice-President and Gen. Manager 

J. D. OSBORNE. Secretary 

F. M. GREEN, C. E„ Gen. Superintendent 

E. E. BURNET, M. E., Asst. Superintendent 



Judson Manufacturing Co. 



Open Hearth Steel 

Iwoots,Ba»s.Pi-atf.sam» Small Shapes 



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A California Industry 



OPEN HEARTH STEEL, poured from 
our own furnace — rolled in our own 
mills. 

Also Manufacturers of 

JUDSON CURB GUARD, which gives 
the best and most complete protection 
to the curb, and is the easiest to set in 
place. It protects the entire face of 
curb, not just the corner. 

Also Operating 

Structural Steel Machine, Pattern and 

Blacksmith Shops, Foundry and 

Bolt Shop. 



Heating, Ventilating, Plumbing 
WALL AND FLOOR TILING 
Automatic Sprinkler Equipments 



243 Minna Street 



Telephone Douglas 3048 



San Francisco 



ARCHITECTS 



SAVE 



Money 
Water 
Trouble 



For Your Clients Specify" 

"Perfection" 

Reversible 

Flush Valve 

For Water Closets and Urinals 
Simple, Silent, Effective. 

TVT/""\ Diaphrams, Springs, Weights, Levers, 
-i-'V^ Oil, Air, Mercury, Close Fitting Metal to 
Metal, Operating Devices to Corrode or wear out. 

"^Tf"\ Adjustments necessary for varying pres- 

■l-'V^ sures. 

Will work perfectly on direct city pressure, fresh, 

salt, gritty or dirty water. 

Positive refill on any bowl. 

We invite your inspection at our 
Show Rooms 

235 Second Street . . . San Francisco 

cTVfark Lally Co. 

Oakland San Jose Stockton Fresno Los Angeles 







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Pacific 

Fire Extinguisher 

Company" 



Engineers and Contractors 



Automatic Sprinkler Installations 

Automatic Fire Alarm Installations 

Watchman Detector Systems and 

Chemical Fire Extinguishers 

Grinnell Automatic Sprinklers 

Reichel Automatic Fire Alarm 




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T OOK well into the Paint Question 
before selecting your materials for 
exterior as well as interior decoration. 



DUTCH BOY" 
White Lead in Oil 

Has been for almost a century the 
standard of high quality. Write and 
ask us for our Free Book, "Painting, 
Protective and Decorative." It will 
tell you why. 



Our "DUTCH BOY" 

RED LEAD is now being marketed, ground in 
pure linseed oil. It stays soft in the keg. For 
protection of all metallic surfaces, it has no equal. 
Free descriptive booklet for the asking. 

National Lead Co. 

Of California 

Merchants Exchange Building 
San Francisco 




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Tavarnelle Marble Mantle 

executed for 

Bliss «.$. Faville, Architects 

In Hotel St. Francis 



We Specialize in Antique Mantels, 
Garden Furniture, Portraits. 

Figure work executed in marble, stone 
and cement, in most artistic manner. 

STAINING A SPECIALTY 




The 
Sculptors Work Shop 

S. MILETIN. Sculptor 

Phone Market 3691 1705 Harrison Street 

San Francisco 



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M. LYDEN 



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Lyden <2& Bickel 
Plain and Ornamental Plasterers 

Office, 269 Fell Street 

Telephone Park 7049 
Builders Exchange, 180 Jessie Street. Phone Kearny 4700 



Clinton Fireproofing Company 

Of California 

Concrete Construction 

oMutual Savings Bank Building, San Francisco 

Phone Sutter 3440 



Pittsburg Water Heater Co. 

Of California 

Copper Coil Water Heaters 



Thirteenth and Clay Streets, Oakland. 



237 Powell Street, San Francisco 



In Stock Always 



Pittsburg Automatic and Bungalow Automatic Water Heaters 
Hot Water Storage Systems, House Heaters, Lion Tank Heaters 
Expert Inspection and Repair Service. Write for Catalogues 






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DENISON 
INTERLOCKING TILE 

A fl&E-picOOr CLAY PRODUCT 
TOIL BLAR.ING WALLS 

* WRITE U5 NOW * 

•DEN I50N - BLOCK- COMPANY- 

OCHSNER. 5LD^„ SACR.AMENTO, CAL. 




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T-TT7 A TTftTfr Em i nent Physicians, Scientists and Heating and Ventilating 
-*--*• J -"' ,f *- 1 - ■ LJ - >VJ Engineers say that the ONLY CORRECT METHOD of heat- 
ing is by the indirect WARM AIR FURNACE, which supplies FRESH, PURE 
AIR, the most important element in sustaining human life. 

KEEP WARM and KEEP WELL 

Safeguard your health and insure your comfort by using a 

cTWontague Warm cAir Furnace 

Which for more than 50 Y EARS has been the leader. 

W. W. Montague C& Co. 

Established 1858. 

HEADQUARTERS for all kinds of COOKING and HEATING Appliances 

557-563 Market Street, opposite Sutter Street 



H. L. Petersen 

Constructor of 

Concrete Work in all its Branches 

Estimates Furnished 

Office; 62 POST ST. 

Rooms 322-324 

Member Builders' Exchange. 180 Jessie Street, Box 245 
General Constructors' Association, 110 Jessie Street 



Telephone Kearny 4586 



SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



GEO. S. MACGRUER 
55 Cumberland St. 
Phone Park 7700 



Robert M. Simpson 

252 Missouri St. 
Phone Park 2401 



oTVfacGruer CS> Co. 

Contracting Plasterers 

Plain and Ornamental 
SAN FRANCISCO 



STAFF WORK 

Our Reference, 
Machinery Hall, P. P. I. B. 



Member Builders' Exchange 

180 Jessie Street 

Phone Kearney 4/00 



Whittier Coburn Company 

tyVlanufactu rers 

Whittier Quality Paints 

Distributors 

Glidden's Concrete Finishes. Caen Stone Finish, Architectural Varnishes and 
Enamels, Bridgeport Standard Stains and Wheeler's Fillers 






301 Howard Street 



San Francisco. Calif. 



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Careful investigation will demonstrate the superiority of the 

Fess System Rotary^ Crude Oil Burner 

Architects and owners must insist on Fess System to avoid cheaper substitutes 

Fess System Company" 

Office and Factory: 

218-222 Natoma Street, San Francisco 

ORIGINATORS of Mechanical 
Atomization of Oil — not 
IMITATORS 



L. J. Neal 



Painting and Decorating 



461 Hayes St. 



San Francisco 



Phone Market 9050 



BLUEPRINTING? 



525 Market Street 




Bashford Smith 

Prompt Service 



Phone Sutter 4755 



The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet 

Holds 400 Articles in a space 28"x42" 

Costs no more than any good Kitchen Dresser 

Investigate This! 

Hoosier 
Kitchen Cabinet Store 

O. K. Brown, Manager 
Mezzanine, Pacific Building. San Francisco 




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Vickery, Atkins CS> Torrey 

550 Sutter Street 

San Francisco California 

Interior Decorators, Designers, Dealers in 

Paintings, Prints and Porcelains 



Mangrum CS, Otter 

Incorporated 
A. S. Mangrum, President and Manager 
Chas. C. Hanley, Secretary and Treasurer 

Stoves, Ranges, Refrigerators, Tin 
and Enamelware 

Tiling, Furnace and Steam Heating 

Hotel and Kitchen Outfits 

561-563 Mission St., bet. First and Second 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Telephone Kearny 3155 



R. von Voorhies 



C. E. McMullin 



McMullin-von Voorhies Co. 

General Contractors 

Members General Contractors' Association 

Phone Sutter 3580 

1290 TWELFTH AVENUE, S. F., CAL. 

Phone Sunset 8900 



Fixtures Supplies 

National Electric Company 

I 03 Turk Street 

SAN FRANCISCO 
Phone Franklin 174 



■Western cArt Glass 
and Shade Works 

J, Weiss 

Manufacturers of Art Glass and 
Shades for All Illuminating Purposes 

105 Turk Street 

Telephone Franklin 'Jt>-">1 
Mosaic and Olaes San Francisco. 

Hen. ling California 



L. A. Rose 
Builder and General Contractor 

San Francisco, California 

Office 549 Monadnock Building 

Phone Sutter 1785 



Roman's Technola 

For Brick CSt Concrete Walls 
Roman's Washable Wall 

Interior Flat Finish 

C. Roman Company 

Factory Office 

2255 Folsom Street 173 Jessie Street 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Member General Contractors Association 
and Builders Exchange 



Reed CBt, White 

Masonry Contractors 

418 Monadnock Building, San Francisco, Cal. 
Phone Garfield 847 



San Francisco Galvanizing 
Works 

E. K. Cooley, Proprietor 
I I 76-1 I 78-1 180 Harrison Street 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Telephone Market 1163 



Western Asbestos Magnesia 
Co. 

Exclusive Distributors of and 
i [oDtraeton t«>r 
The Philip Carey Mfg. Co. "a Products: 
Carey's Roofings. Magnesia Pipe and Boiler Cov- 
erings, Asbestos Pipe and Boiler Coverings. As- 
bestos and Asphalt Products, "Elastite" Expan- 
sion Paving Joint, Mastic Flooring, Linofelt 

Sound Deadening. Cold Storage Insulation. 

25-27 South Park, bet. Second and Third Sts. 

San Francisco, California 

Telephone Douglas 3860 



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1 Atlas Heating & Ventilating Co. 


James Cantley- CBt, Co. 


I Heating Specialists 


Asphalt, Felt and Gravel Roofing 


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a Steam and Hot Water Heating Systems 


Roof Repairing Promptly Attended to 


i Furnaces, Patent Chimneys, Etc. 


1370 Green St., near Polk 


; Fourth and Freelon Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 


San Francisco, California 


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5 Tel. Douglas 378 

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Phone Franklin 25.T2 


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\ Fred H. Boggs 


California Granite Co. 


2 

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p Fire Insurance 


San Francisco, Cal. 




£ Member Insurance Brokers' Exchange 
i Boom 321 Foxcroft Building 
j 68 Post Street 


Quarries and Works, Rocklin, Cal. 
Tel. Sutter 2646 




£ San Francisco, Cal. 


ANTHONY BECK, Manager 




i Tel. Douglas 1794 


518 Sharon Building 


i 


| Fred C. Schauer 


Sibley Grading and Teaming 


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| Erector of 


Company 


1 Structural Steel and Iron, Steel 
1 Tanks and Smokestacks 


No. 284 Dolores Street 


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g 1514 Thomas Avenue, San Francisco, Calif. 


Builders Exchange 




i Estimates Furnished 
I Phone Mission 2692 


180 Jessie Street 




Phone Market 766 




Central Electric Company 

1 L. B. lioyiiton, Pree, 


Fisher CB, Wolfe Co. 




(Incorporated) 




^ .1. M. Carlson, Secy. 


H. H. Fisher, Pres. 




Construction and Appliances 
[ 

I 618 Mission Street 


G. H. McKissick, Secy. 

Plumbing, Heating, Jobbing 

207-209 Tehama Street 




£ San Francisco, Cal. 


San Francisco, California 




; Phone Douglas 387 


Phone Kearny 4410 




| Construction and Engineering Co. 


Frasier & Frasier 




(Incorporated) 






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General Contractors 




General Contractors 


Telephone Kearny . 




Rooms 1408-9 Hobart Building 


L. D. FBASIER. 658 Eighth Avenue 
Tel. Pacific 3191 




San Francisco, Cal. 


D. K. FBASIEB. 859 Haight Street 




Garfield i 


Tel. Market 6473 









C. Farrenkopf <®> Sons 


Hunter & Hudson 


'1 

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a Ornamental Iron Work 


Consulting Engineers 


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Manufacturers of Grille Wo rk. Stair Rails, 
Fire Escapes, Elevator Cars, Elevator 
;; Enclosures, Bank and Office, Counter 
% and Enclosure Work, Sash Bars, Store 
| ) Fronts, Etc. 
1 623 MINNA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 
I Near Seventh Street 


Designers of 

Heating, Ventilating, Wiring and 
Lighting Equipment of Buildings 

729 Rial to Building, San Francisco 


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Telephone Market 214.T 


Phone Douglas 3224 


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Val. Franz C& Son 


"We Hibernia 


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; Contractors and Builders 


Savings and Loan Society" 


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£ Office: 185 Stevenson Street, Room 234 
i Builders' Exchange Building 

i 

Phone Kearny 4700 

i Resilience: 160 Beulah Street 
Telephone Park 6936 

| 

C San Francisco, California 

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HIBERNIA BANK 

.Savings Bank Only — Incorporated 1864 
Corner of Market, McAllister and Jones Streets 

Assets $60,063,574. '.is 

Reserve Fund 3,973,016.61 

Number of Depositors, 86.207 
Open dally from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Saturdays 

from 10 A. M. to 12 M. 

Open Saturday evenings from 6 to 8 o'clock, for 

deposits only. 


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Gilley-Schmid Co., Inc. 


Robert W. Hunt & Co. 




| Heating <& Plumbing Contractors 


Engineers 




I Our 20 Years' Experience is at Your Service 


Inspections Tests Consultations 




* Complete Installations, Repairs and 
? Adjustments 

190-198 Otis St., Cor. 13th and Mission 
E San Francisco, Cal. 


Chemical and Physical Testing Laboratories 




Chicago, New York, Pittsburg, London, Van- 
couver, Los Angeles 




i Telephone Market 9Go 
1 


251 Kearny St., San Francisco 




[ 

$ °®e Hermann Safe Company 


C. Jorgensen £$, Co. 




Extends a cordial invitation to you and your 
Z friends to visit their exhibit at the Palace 
3 of Manufactures, P. P, 1. IC. [a their liooth 


Building cTVlaterials 




|fc you will liml an extensive line of Vault Doors 


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% and Safes of tlieir own manufacture; also Safe 




% Deposit Boxes, Ely Norris Uanard Manganese 
W Safes. Metal Furniture, and s Complete Hank 


356 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 




% Counter, in short, everything required to 
K furnish Hanks and Offices. 


PI e Kearny 




C. J. Hillard Co., Inc. 


Gust Johnson 




Ornamental Iron, Brass, & Bronze 


Contracting Plasterer 




Nineteenth and Minnesota Sts.. 


Builders Exchange 180 Jessie Street, Box 482 
Phone Temp. 47ou. Hrs. IS 




$j San Francisco, Cal. 


BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION 




Gj Telephone Mission 1763 


Box 225, 110 Jessie Street 





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cAmes-Irvin Company 

Incorporated 

Manufacturers of 

Mission and Spanish Metal Tile, 
Steel Ceilings 

And a complete line of 

Sheet Metal Building Material 

Office and Factory 

Eighth and Irwin Streets 
Telephone Market 3815 San Francisco 



zAcme Lumber Company™ 



6th and Channel Sts. 



San Francisco 



Telephone Sutter 6170 



cA C. Wocker 

Decorator 

1370 SUTTEE STEEET 
San Francisco, Calif. 
Phone Franklin '2492 



Biturine Co. of America 



No. 24 California Street 



San Francisco, Cal. 



Telephone Kearny 447* 



J. S. BOGART 



T. CRAWFORD 



Bogart & Crawford 

CONTRACTORS 

Managers of Construction 

oTWills Building, San Francisco 

Telephone Kearny 2460 



James P. Dwan, Inc. 

1202 Hearst Building, San Francisco, Calif. 
Contractor and Dealer iu 

Building cTVlaterials 

Phone Douglas 3199 



Cramer Bros. 
Painters and Decorators 

742 Fourteenth St. 

Near Market street San Francisco, Cal. 

Phone Park 6769 



Campbell CS, Williams 
Contracting Plasterers 

Office: 

1 10 Jessie Street, San Francisco 
Telephone Sutter 3580 



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Diamond Brick Company" 

Manufacturers 

Stock Face Brick 

In Artistic Shades of 
EED, - GRAY, - CREAM, - BUFF 

Sales Office, Balboa Eldg., San Francisco, Cal. 
Telephone Sutter 2987 



c/lrthur Elvin 

Contractor and Builder 

Forrest Hill, San Francisco 

Residence: 425 Castenada Ave. 
Phone Sunset 2467 



California 



Steam Co). Plumbing Supply" Co. 



671-679 Fifth Street 



San Francisco 



Wm. F. Wilson Company 

Plumbing 

Modern Sanitary Appliances 

328-330 Mason Street 

San Francisco 
Phone Exchange Snttet 357 



The German Savings and 
Loan Society 

(The German Bank) 

Savings — Incorporated 1868 — Commercial 
526 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Member of the Associated Savings Banks of San 

Francisco 
Mission Branch, S. E. Cor. Mission and 21st Sts. 
Richmond District Branch, S. W. cor. Clement 

and Seventh Avenue 

Haight Street Branch. S. W. cor. Haight and 

Belvedere 

December 31, 1914 

Assets $58,584,596.93 

Deposits 55.676,513.19 

Reserve and Contingent Fund 1,908.083.74 

Employees' Pension Fund 188,521.05 

Number of Depositors, 66,442 



Western 
Building & Engineering Co. 

Incorporated 

General Contractors 

Office: 543-455 Phelan Building, San Francisco 
Phone Garfield 7564 



Henry Kern 

Wall Paper, Painting, Interior 
Decorating, Paper Hanging 

121 Geary St (2d Floor) 

San Francisco, California 
Phones Sutter IMS; C6749 



The J. Llewellyn Company 
Painters and Decorators 

Dealers in Exclusive Wall Papers and Interior 
Decorations 

1635 Broadway, Oakland 

Opposite Poetoffiee 
Phone Oakland 

San Francisco: Builders' Exchange. Phone 
Sutter 6700 



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Safety- First 

Elevator Cannot Start Until Door Is Closed 'When Randall Elevator 
Door Control Is Used 

A Pneumatic Device for Opening and Closing 
Elevator Doors 

Randall Elevator Door Control Co. 

115 Mission Street 

Exhibit Corner Avenue C and Third Street, Palace of Machinery, P. P. I. E. 
San Francisco 


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P. H. JACKSON & COMPANY 

Incorporated 

Manufacturers of 

Sidewalk Lights 

Waterproof Sidewalk Doors, Basement 
Ventilators, Sidewalk Door Devices 

237-247 FIRST ST., SAN FBANCISCO, CAL. 
Telephone Kearny 1959 


THOMAS MORRIN 
Consulting Mechanical Engineer 

Phelan Bldg., San Francisco 

Specialty: Steam Power Plants, Mechanical 

Equipment of Buildings, Heating, Ventilation, 

Wiring, Water Works 

Telephone Kearny 3646 


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zA- KNOWLES 

METAL FTJBBTNG, PLASTERING AND 
DECOEATIONS 

985 Folsom Street 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Phone Douglas 3451 


GABRIEL MOULIN 
Photographer 

153 Kearny Street, San Francisco 
Phoue Douglas 4969 


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RAYMOND GRANITE CO. 

Incorporated 

Contractors for Stone Work 

of Every Description 

And Dealers in Dimension Stone 

Main Office and Yard, Tenth and Division 

Streets, San Francisco, Cal. 

Telephone Market 688 


C. C. cTVIOREHOUSE 
San Francisco 

Plain and Ornamental Plastering, Exterior 
Cement Plastering, Modeling and Casting, 

Imitation Stone Work of all Kinds 
.Metal Furring and Lathing. Stucco Work 

Office and Shop: 872 Folsom St. 
Telephone Sutter 6509 




J. M. Lettich 

Plumbing Contractor 

110 Jessie Street 
San Francisco 


FRANCIS E. TELTZ 

(Formerly with Henry Gervais) 
CONTEACTOE 

Marble, Mosaic, Terrazzo, Tiling 

Warerooms, 1716B Mission Street 

Between 13th and 14th 

Phone Market 8685 




^Architectural and Sculptural 
Ornamental Plaster Works 

Estimates given on all kinds of Plaster and Cement 
Decorations 

178 Guerrero Street 

Near Fourteenth Street SAN FRANCISCO 

Telephone Market 1325 



t^e H. H. Winner Company 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Complete BANK INTERIORS 

Of the Highest Class 

Office 
Nevada Bank Building 



O'Hara CBb Liver more 

Advisory DECORATORS and House 
Furnishers 

We arrange harmonious color schemes for your 
home. We select the furniture, carpets, electric fix- 
tures, wall papers, and import exclusive fabrics for 
walls, curtains and upholstery. We make lamp shades, 
desk sets and table covers to suit our furnishings. 
Furniture, Chinese embroideries, Batchelder tiles. 

253 East Colorado Street, Pasadena 
522 Sutter Street, San Francisco 



Walter A. Scott 

Architectural Photographer 

558 ^Market Street 

San Francisco 
Phone Kearny 2688 



c>lrthur Brown 

Interior Decorator 

Fine Art, Wall Hangings, Wool Flocks 

and Silk Flocks, Furniture, Draperies, 

Carpets, Rugs 

Room 215, No. 68 Post Street 
Foxcroft Bldg., San Francisco 

Telephone Kearny 5879 



Akard Door Opener Co. 

INSTALLERS OF 

Akard Door Opener for Flats and Apartments 

Also All Makes Repaired 
MOST RELIABLE LONGEST ESTABLISHED 

5 YEARS GUARANTEE 

4167 Twentieth Street, near Castro 
Phone Mission 2252 



Art Metal Fire -Proof Door 
and Trim Co. 

(Incorporated ) 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

c/4rt cTVletal Fire -Proof Doors 

Equipped with Hardware 

Approved and accepted by the Underwriters' Laborato- 
ries with their labels attached. 

INTERIOR TRIM 

2724-2736 Wentworth Avenue 
Phone Calumet 4608 Chicago 




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Engravers 

San Francisco 



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J. K. Stewart 
Stair Builder 

3075 Army Street, corner of Harrison 

Box 345 Builders' Association 
Box 425 Builders' Exchange 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Telephone Mission 379 



Wm. Martin 
Contractor and Builder 

General Contractors' Association, 110 Jessie St. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Phone Sutter 3580 



Pacific Photo CSi, Art Co. 

Commercial and 
Architectural 
Photographers 

86 Third St. 
San Francisco 



There are scores of cheap imitations 
of the 

Dunham Radiator Trap 

But why take a chance when you can 

get a well known article, and the well 

known DUNHAM service ? 

San Francisco Office, 

611 Wells Fargo Building 

Phone Sutter 2548 



American Radiator Company 

American Radiators and 
Ideal Boilers 



Arco Wand Vacuum Cleaner 



Edwin G. Benkman 

Architectural Sculptor and 

Artistic Plaster Decorator 
Interior and Exterior Decorations 

450 Hayes Street, near Gough St. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Phone Market 7079 



Matt. V. Brady 
cTVlason and Builder 

Monadnock Building 

Member Builders' Exchange 

Residence 1599 19th Ave. 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Dillon Teaming Co. 

Motor Drayage 

Brick, Sand, Lime, Cement Gravel, 
Rock, Etc. 

Offices: 417 Berry Street: Builders' Exchange, 

180 Jessie Street 

Garage 1364 Vermont Street 

Day Phones: Market 2770: Kearny 4700 

Night Phone Mission 4113 



Thos. N. Furlong 

Manufacturer of 

Furlong's Celebrated Cement 
Laundry Trays 

Butcher Tanks, Candy Slabs, Laboratory Sinks. 
Special Work of every description 

Factory and Salesrooms Nos. 360-62-64 Fell St. 



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The above is from a photograph of the new town house belonging to Mr. Henry Clay Frick and is one of the 
world's finest homes. The ground and buildings cost over six million dollars. 

The architects are Messrs. Carrere and Hastings, and the general contractors, Messrs. Cauldwell-Wingate&Co 

No expense was spared to make this beautiful home complete in every particular. Berry Brothers' Luxeberry 
Wood Finish, both White and Light. Liquid Granite and Luxeberry White Enamel, were used exclusively. 

Our Architectural Department is at your service at all times. We are always glad to prepare special finishes 
on any wood at any time for recognized architects. 



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Contracts Taken and Estimates Given 

Under the Firm of 

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SHARON BUILDING 
San Francisco 



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IMPORTER AND MAKER 

Fine Furniture, Foreign Carpets and Rugs, Laces, Upholstery 
and Drapery, Fabrics, Wall Hangings 



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Painter, Varnisher and Polisher. Tinting, Whitening and Paper Hanging 

Refinishing Furniture a Specialty 

General Contractors' Association, 402 Kearny St. Box 338 

1325 FULTON STREET 

Telephone Douglas 2525 



Johnson Service Co. 

(Established 1855 

The only Company in California handling and Installing 
TEMPERATURE REGULATION Exclusively. You Deal Direct 
with the Manufacturers. No other company can furnish a 
THERMOSTAT only 4% in. long, 2 in. wide and 1 in. deep, 
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(Established 1904) 

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work of Pacific Coast Architects in Greater Detail. 
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Let our representative show you some letters from satisfied users of 

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WM. H. PRINGLE. Manager 

522 Sharon Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Telephone Garfield 956 




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Architects and Owners 

We have installed a completely furnished Bungalow, in which 
we show hundreds of different decorative effects in connection 
with 

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You are all welcome to make use of these suggestions and our 
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332 Pine Street, San Francisco 
General Agents for the Pacific Coast of- 



NEW YORK AND PACIFIC 

S. S. CO. 

Operating between 

San Francisco, Puget Sound and 

Panama, Peru and Chile. 



ATLANTIC & PACIFIC S. S. 

CO. 

The Canal Route 

Between 

New York and United States 

Pacific Ports 



JOHNSON LINE 

Operating between 

Scandinavian Ports, United 

States, Central and South 

American Pacific Ports. 




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Inc. 

General Contractors 

251 Post Street 
San Francisco, Cal. 



Monson Bros. 

General Contractors 

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1907 Bryant Street 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Telephone Market 2693 



F. L. Maino Co. 

CONTRACTORS 

Marble, Mosaic, Terazzo. Steps, 
Wainscot and Floors 

Member Builders Exchange 

Office and Factory 169-85 Tenth Street, cor. 

Howard 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Office Phone Park 2719 
Residence Phone Park 2946 



Morrison & Co. 

Sheet Metal Works 

Cornice, Skylights, Metal Roofing, 
Tinning, Gutters, Leaders, 
Chimney Tops and General Jobbing 
Builders Exchange Box 485. Builders Associa- 
tion Box 187 

769 McAllister Street, near Octavia 

SAN FRANCISCO 
Phone Market 3081 




Munster & Bornholdt 



Contractors and Builders 
San Francisco, Cal. 



D. J. & T. Sullivan 

Incorporated 

House Moving and Raising 

Builders Exchange, 180 Jessie St. 

Office and Yard, 1940-44 Folsom St. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Phone Market 1S45 
Res. Phone Fillmore 789 



M. V. Van Fleet 

Armstrong Cork Company s 

Nonpareil Cork Insulation, Hot and Cold 
Pipe Coverings, 

Linoleums and Cork Carpets, 
Linotile Flooring 

120 Jessie Street 

San Francisco 



T. B. Goodwin. 
2245 Filbert Street 
Phone We«t 629 



P. R. Ward 
981 Guerrero Street 
Phone Mission 4405 



"Ward & Goodwin 

Building Contractors 

110 Jessie Street 
Phone Sutter 3580 



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Easily installed 

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Office, 226 BALBOA BUILDING 

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San Francisco 

Office Phone Garfield 1122 Res. Phone Mission 4191 



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Pacific Coast Branch 

397 Sutter Street, 
San Francisco 

Phone Kearny 4325 



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533 13th Street 

Phone Oakland 2481 




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strong point is to carry out his ideas. 

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Model Store Front Exhibit 

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in the 

Varied Industries Building 

PANAMA - PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 
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Kawneer Manufacturing Company of California 

General Offices: Berkeley, California 



Rudgear- Merle Company 

(^Manufacturers of 

Ornamental Iron and Bronze 




Factory and Office 
198 Bay Street, San Francisco 








W. C. Duncan 



A. D. Collman 



Collman CS, Collman Co. 

Contractors and Builders 
526 Sharon Building, San Francisco 

Phone Garfield 7906 



Sanborn, Vail CS, Co. 

Importers 
Artists' and Architects' Supplies 

Manufacturers of Picture Frames 

755 Mission Street 
San Francisco, Cal. 



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E. B. Courvoisier 

Frame Maker, Gilder, Art Dealer 
Special Attention to Architectural Framing 

431 Sutter Street 

Bet. Stockton and Powell 

Phone Douglas 4708 San Francisco 



James H. Pinkerton 

Plumbing and Steam Heating 
Contractor 

General Contractors Ass'n, 1 10 Jessie St., S. F. 
Phone Sutter 3580 

2266 Fulton Street, San Francisco 
Phone Pacific 385 



R. Rountree 

Building Contractor 
110 Jessie Street, San Francisco 

Phone Sutter 3580 



Ralston Iron Works, Inc. 

Structural Steel 
Ornamental Iron Work 

Twentieth and Indiana Streets 

San Francisco 



Studio and Workshop of 

Dirk Van Erp 
Handwrought Copper and Brass 

At No. 1104 Sutter Street 

San Francisco, California 
Telephone Franklin 5846 



E. F. Henderson W. M. Williams C C Williams 

Williams Bros. CBt, Henderson 

Building Contractors 

Holbrook Building, San Francisco 

Phone Sutter 2401 



Visit Our Exhibit 

cy4t Panama - Pacific International Exposition 

It is in the Palace of Mines, in back of 
the Booth of the Union Oil Company 

Sarsi Studios 

123 Oak Street, near Franklin, San Francisco 
Phone Market 2970 



Thos. W. Gorsuch 
Architectural Modeling 

704 Divisadero Street San Francisco 

Telephone West 8020 
Residence. Pacific 3325 



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oAetna Elevator Liability Insurance 
relieves the owner of all worry and 
expense on account of accidents result- 
ing in personal injury or death. 

The policy protects up to its limit, 
if necessary, for each accident that 
occurs during its term, and the com- 
pany handles every claim brought, 
whether there is liability or not and 
whether the claim is based upon an 
actual accident or merely upon an al- 
leged one. 

c4etna Life Insurance Co. 
Accident & Liability Dept. 

Western Branch 

J. R. Molony, Manager 

218-228 Pine St. 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Phone Sutter 6477 




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G. E. Witt Co's Rotary Burner for High 
and Low Pressure Boilers 

G. E. WITT CO., INC. 

862-864 Howard St. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Manufacturers and Distributors of 

Reducing Valves Thermostats 

Pump Governors 

Boiler Feed- Water Regulators 

Oil Burner Governors 

Water Heaters 

Oil Burning Equipments 



Berger Manufacturing Co. 

Manufacturers of 

Galvanized and Black Sheets, Tin Plate, 

Corrugated Iron, Tile Roofing, 

Metal Shingles, Galvanized, 

Brick and Stone Siding 

Berger's "Classik" Steel Ceilings 

Metal Lumber 

For Floors, Partitions, Roofs. Etc. 

Ferro-Lithic Interlocking System of 

Concrete Reinforcement 

Berger's Corrugated Steel Cores for long 

span concrete floor construction 

Expanded Metal Lath 

Berger's System of Steel Studs and 

Furring for Fireproof Partitions 

and Ceilings. 

Rib-Trus Reinforcing Plate, Multiplex 

Plates for Bridge Floors. 

Berger's "Raydiant" Sidewalk 
Lights 

Sectional Steel Bins and Shelving, Etc. 

1120-26 Mission Street 

San Francisco, Cal. 



We PFAUDLER CO. 



Rochester, N. Y. 



Sole Manufacturers of 



Glass Enameled Clothes 

Chutes for Hospitals, 

Hotels, Etc. 

Also Manufacturers of 

Glass Lined Steel Tanks for Water 
Storage for Hotels, Office Build- 
ings, Passenger Depots, De- 
partment Stores, Fac- 
tories, Etc, 

See our ads in the Architectural Record 

Pacific Coast Office: 

512 Sharon Building 

San Francisco, Cal. 



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Classified Index to Advertisers 



Art Glass Shades 

Western Art Glass and Shade Works 

105 Turk St. 103 

Architectural Publication 



Architect and Engineer 

Monadnock Bldg. 
Architects ' Supplies 
Sanborn. Vail & Co. 

755 Mission St. 



118 



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Art Metal Works 

American Art Metal Works 

13 Grace St. 

California Artistic Metal & Wire Co. 

349 Seventh St. 99 

Architectural Terra Cotta 

Gladding, McBean & Co. 

Crocker Bldg. 91 

Steiger Terra Cotta & Pottery Works 
Mills Bldg. 

Asbestos Material 

Johns II. W. Manville Co. 

Second and Howard Sts. 125 

Western Asbestos Magnesia Co. 
25 South Park 

Ball Bearing Hinges 

Stanley Works, The 

New Britain, Conn. 
Banks 

German Savings & Loan Society 

526 California St. 

Nibernia Savings & Loan Society 

Cor. Market, McAllister & Jones Sts. 
Bank, Office and Store Equipment 
Dehn, Edwin C. 

301 Hearst Bldg. 

Sim men, John Company 

(14 Kausch St. 

Winner, H. H. Company 
Nevada Bank Bldg. 

Blue Printing 

California BLUE Print Co. 
142 Sausome St. 

Electric Blue Print Co. 

Russ Bldg. 

Smith, Basiiford 

525 Market St. 
Standard Blue Print Co. 

Merchants ' Nat. Bank Bldg. 



Brick (Faced and Pressed) 

Diamond Brick Co., The 

Balboa Bldg. 1119 

Cladding, McBean & Co. 

Crocker Bldg. 91 

McXear Brick Agency 

Monadnock Bldg. I 10 

United Materials Co. 

Crossley Bldg. 97 

Brick and Concrete Walls 

Roman, C. Company 

173 Jessie St. 1(13 

Builders' Hardware 
Bennett Bros. 

314 Market St. 88 

J oust Bros., Inc. 

1274 Market St. 94 

Krise, J. II. 

Folsoin and Twenty-third Sts. 94 

I'enn Hardware Co. 

A. W. Pike & Co., Agents 
71 1 Mission St. 89 

Building Materials 



193 


Ames-Irvin Co. 

Eighth and Irwin Sts. 

Dehn, Edwin C. 

3(11 Hearst Bldg. 


108 


96 


Dwan. James P., Inc. 
1202 Hearst Bldg. 


108 




Fernald Company, The 

221 Tehama St. 


125 


109 


JORGENSEN, C. & Co. 
350 Market St. 


107 


107 


Pacific BUILDING Materials Co. 
523 Market St. 


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Cnited Materials Co. 
Crossley Bldg. 


97 




Building Paper 




111 


Paraffins Paint Company. The 

40 First St. 


87 


113 


Concrete Contractor 






Peterson, H. L. 
62 Post St. 


101 


11(1 


Concrete Machinery 

Myers, Carfield 

Hearst Bldg. 




102 


Concrete Paint 




111 


MuRALO Company, The 
311 California St. 


83 



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Contractors — General 
Beck, John E. 

Ill) Jessie St. 

Biller, John 

460 Montgomery St. 

Bogart & Crawford 

Mills Bldg. 

Brandt & Stevens 

612 Hearst Bldg. 

Braunton, Harold 

ISO Jessie St. 

Brady, Matt V. 

681 Market St. 

Cahill, J. R. 

460 Montgomery St. 

Caine, Thos. W. 

110 Jessie St. 
Carlson, Elmer 

11(1 Jessie St. 

Camp & Carillon 

1 10 Jessie St. 

Chisiiolm, R. A. 

1X0 Jessie St. 

Conrad, Henry 

285 Pine St. 

Construction & Engineering Co. 

Hobart Bldg. I' 1 "' 

COLLMAN & COLLMAN Co. 

526 Sharon Bldg. 123 

Brake, IT. E. 
180 Jessie St. 

Elvtn, Arthur 

I •_>.". Castenada Ave. 

Parguharson, I). B. 

170(1 Ellis St. 

POSTBR-VOOT ( 'O. 
515 Sharon Bldg. 

Frasieh & Frasieh 

180 Jessie 8t. 105 

Franz, Val. & Son 

is.-, Stevenson St. 107 

Hicks, Lous A. Co. 
Rialto Bldg. 

Holt, O. C. 
I in Jessie St. 

Higginson Company, Inc. 
Humboldt Itmk Bldg. 

Jacks. HeNRI 
180 Jessie St. 

Leiter. E. T. & Sons, l 

Post St. 119 

Lin ompant, T'nr. 

Monadnock Bldg. 

Lanoi >.v. Bergstrom 

111 Sharon Bldg. 1 10 



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Maiiony Bros. Page 

Crocker Bldg. 

McClenahan, T. W. 
110 Jessie St. 

Monk, John 

Sharon Bldg. 81 

Mortenson Construction Co. 

Nineteenth and Indiana Sts. 95 

Markle. Bruce R. 

Hearst Bldg. 

Monson Bros. 

1007 Bryant St. 119 

Monster & Bornholdt 

1530 Brodericlt St. 11!) 

.Martin, Wm. 

110 Jessie St. 114 

McMullin-Von Voorhies Co. 

110 Jessie St. 113 

Rot I DA & Spivock 
46 Kearny St. 

Reite, J. B. 

110 Jessie St. 

Rolandi, P. 

Bank of Italy Bldg. 
Rose, L. A. 

549 Wonadnock Bldg. 103 

ROUNTREE, R. 

110 Jessie St. 123 

Sound Construction & Engineering Co. 

Hearst Bldg. 104 

Stockholm & Allyn 

070 Monadnock Bldg. 89 

Thornalley, W. ( I. 
lln Jessie Bt 

Taylor & Goericke 
Postal Telegraph I 

WlLHELM, A. II. 
180 Jessie Bt. 

Wendering, J. 
lin Jessie st. 

Walker, (i. H. & S. 

I III Jessie SI. 

Western Building* Engineerini 

.-,4.1 I'hel.in Bldg. lni' 

Williams BROS, i: HENDERSON 

Unlhrnok Bldg. 123 

Ward £ Qoodwtn 

llil Jessie St. 119 

Contractors — Electrical 

< kntkai. Electric < !o. 

618 Mission St. 
Da Lew. M A. 

St. 

II VNDBRJDGS, W S 

Rialto Bldg. 



Contractors — Electrical — Continued Page 

National Electric Co. 

103 Turk St. 103 

Newbery, F. E., Electric Co. 
214 Humboldt Bank Bldg. 

Contractors — Marble and Mosaic 

American Marble & Mosaic Company 

-~i Columbia Square 88 

Teltz. Francis E. P. 

1716 Mission St. 112 

Contractors' Supplies 

Myeus, Garfield 
Hearst Bldg. 

Conveyors and Chutes 

Pfatjdler Company, The 

512 Sharon Bldg. 127 

Sttjrgis, G. E., Supply House 
602 Mission St. 

Copper and Brass (Hand Wrought) 

Van Eup, Dirk 

11H4 Sutter St. 123 

Cork Insulation 

Van Fleet, M. V. 

120 Jessie St. 119 

Cornice Works 

Forderer Cornice Works 

Potrero Ave. and Sixteenth St. 

IIeidt, W., Cornice Works 

152 First St. 

Crushed Eock, Sand and Gravel 

Bay Development Co. 

153 Berry St. 

Grant Gravel Co. 

Flatiron Bldg. 00 

PACIFIC Improvement Cm. 

401 Crocker Bldg. 90 

Stone, E. B. & A. L. Co.' 
Rialto Bldg. 

Decorators 

YVocKER, A. C. 

1370 Sutter St. 108 

O'llARA & LlVERMORE 

522 Sutter St. 113 

Decorating — Interior 

Benkman, Edwin G. 

450 Hayes St. Ill 

Brown. Arthur 

Foxcroft Bldg. 113 

Kreiss. L. & Sons 

Sutter and Stockton Sis. 125 

McCann, William D. 

404 Post St. 116 



SLOANE, W. & J. Co. Page 

216-228 Sutter St. 90 

Walter, D. N. & E. Co. 

Stockton and O'Farrell Sts. 121 

VlCKERY, Atkins & Torrey 

5511 Sutter St. 103 

Door Hangers — Disappearing 

National Mill & Lumber Co. 

Fifth and Bryant Sts. 93 

Door Openers 

Akard Door Opener Co. 

4167 Twentieth St. 113 

lilSCHMULLER, G. 

3442 Nineteenth St. 

Doors and Windows (Fireproof) 

Art Metal FIREPROOF Door Tuim ( lo. 

Chicago, 111. 113 

Deiin, Edwin C. 

301 Hearst Bldg. 

United States Metal Products Co. 

525 Market St. 
Drawing Boards and Tables 
Post, Frederick Co., The 

.->:<7 Market St. Ill 

Dumb-Waiters — Electric 

BURDETT RoWNTREE Ml'(i. Co. 

525 Market St. 85 

Hammond, M. E. 

Huniliol.lt Hank Bldg. 

Elevators 

Otis Elevator Co. 

Stockton, North Point & Beach sts. 82 

Pacific Gtjrney Elevator Co. 

186 Fifth st. no 

Elevator Door Control 

Randall Elevator Door Control 

I [5 Mission St. ll'J 

Elevator Supplies and Repairs 

Elevator Supply & Repair Co. 

r,«r, Market St. 85 

Engineers 

Maukle, R. Bruce 

Hearst Bldg. 

Moore. Chas. C. & Co. 

Sheldon Bldg. 110 

Engineers — Consulting 

Brunnier, II. I 

Sharon Bldg. 116 

Holmes, II. ('. 
112 Market St. 



Hunt, Robert W. & Co. 


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251 Kearny St. 


107 


Hunter & Hudson 




729 Rialto Bldg. 


107 


Morrin, Thomas 




Phelan Bldg. 


112 


Phillips, Charles T. 




Pacific Bldg. 


95 


Engineers — Hoisting 




Le Clair, S. D. 




62 Post St. 





Fireproofing 

Clinton Fireproofing Co. 

Mutual Savings Bank Bldg. 100 

Fire Apparatus 
Brant, Paul 

67 Main St. 
Fire Escapes 

"Kirker-Bender" (Spiral Slide) 
Levy, Robert S. & Co. 
Eialto Bldg. 

Fire Extinguishers 

Pacific Fire Extinguisher Company 

507 Montgomery St. 99 

Fire Insurance 

Boggs, Fred H. 

Foxcroft Bldg. 105 

Flooring 

Smith, Robert F. 
723 Pacific Bldg. 

Floor Sanding 

Pacific FLOOB Sanding Co. 

144 Twelfth St. 

House Moving and Raising 

Sullivan, D. J. & T. 

180 Jessie St. 119 

Hydraulic Floor Tile 

Qebvais, Henry 

1727 Mission St. 117 

Oarages — Ready-Built 

Lundy, A. L. & J. E. 

9 Franklin St. 110 

Qalvanizers 

S. p. Galvanizing Works 

117(1 Harrison St. 103 

Olass Enameled Clothes 

Pfaudlkh Company, The 

512 Sharon Building 127 



Grading and Teaming Page 

Sibley Grading and Teaming Co. 

2S4 Dolores St. 105 

Dillon Teaming Co. 

417 Bern- St. 114 

Granite 

California Granite Co. 

Sharon Bldg. 105 

McGilvray Stone Co., The 

634 Townsend St. 89 

Hardware (Finished) 

Russell & Brwin Mfg. Co. 

833 Market St. 
Hardwood Lumber 
White Brothers 

Fifth and Brannan Sts. 

Heaters 

Pittsburg Water Heater Co. of Cal. 
237 Powell St. 100 

Hoffman Heater Co. 

397 Sutter St. 120 

Heating and Ventilating 

Atlas Heating & Ventilating Co. 

Fourth and Freelon Sts. 105 

(ilLLEY-SCHMIDT Co., INC. 

190 Otis St. 107 

Montague, W. W. & Co. 

557 Market St. 101 

Royal Heating & Ventilating Co., 

280 Minna St. 

Scott Co.. The 

843 Minna St. 98 

Inlaid Floors 

Inlaid Floor Co. 

' Alabama St. 
Iron, Bronze and Brass — Architectural 

Architectural Iron & Bronze Works 

4 25 Potrero Ave. 

California Artistic Mf.tai. & Wire Co. 
349 Seventh st. 99 

Farrenkopf & SONS 

683 Minna St. 107 

Hillard, ('. -I. Co., Inc. 

Nineteenth and Mini 107 

I'm.atina Ikon Works 

67 t llementina 1 10 

Rudoeab-Merle Company 

198 Baj St 122 

Iron Works 

Phoenix Iron Works 

- . Oakland, Cal. 



102 

114 

121 

110 

98 

91 



Iron and Wire Page 

California Artistic Metal & WibeWks. 

349 Seventh St. 99 

Eureka Iron & Wire Works 
148-50 Twelfth St. 



Kitchen Cabinets 

HoOSIER Kitchen Cabinet Store 

Pacific Bldg. 

Laundry Trays 

Furlong, Thos. N. 
36(1 Fell St. 

Lighting — Fixtures 

Day, Thomas. Co. 
725 Mission St. 

Meverberc, Leo J. Company 

47 Geary St. 

Roberts Mfg. ( !o. 

lit;:-; Mission St. 

Lime and Cement 

Holmes Lime & Cement Co. 
22 Battery St. 

Locks 

Baker & Hamilton 

Fourth and Brannan Sts. 

CORBIN, P. & F. 

New Britain, Conn. 

Yale & Towne Mfg, Co. 
Eialto Bklg. 

Lumber 

Acme Lumber Co. 

Sixth and Channel Sts. 

Hart-Wood Lumber Co. 
Fifth and Berry Sts. 

Hooper Lumber Company 

Seventeenth and Illinois Sts. 

Kruse. J. H. 

Folsom and Twenty-third Sts. 

MacDonald Lumber Co. 

Channel near Fourth. 
Peterson, Kdwin T. 

Bightb and Hooper sts. 
Santa Fe Lumber Co. 

Seventeenth and De Qaro Sts. 

Marble and Mosaic 
(Irassi, P. Co. 

135 Tehama St. 

MaINO, F. L. Co. 

Kill Tenth St. 

Pacific Coast Art Marble Co. 

68 Clara St. 
Sculptors Work Shop, The 
17".", Harrison St. 



Mason and Builder Page 

Fennell. James S. 

180 Jessie St. 
O'Rourke. T. F. 

Ism Jessie St. 

REED & White 

44s Monadiioek Bldg. 103 

Metal Furring 

Henderson, W. D. 

4s7 Monadnock Bldg. 93 

Kxovyles. A. 

'.is:. Folsom St. 112 

Metal Lath 

Beroer Manufacturing Co., The 

112(1 Mission St. 127 

Metal Lumber 

Berger Manufacturing Co., The 

112(1 Mission St. 127 

Metal Work — Ornamental 

S. F. Metal Stamping & Corrugat'g Co. 
2269 Folsom St. 90 

Metal Tile and Steel Ceilings 

Ames-Irvin Co. 

Eighth and Irwin Sts. 108 



84 


Millwork — General 






84 


Kruse. J. H. 








Folsom and Twenty-third 


Sts. 


94 


1 2.". 


NATIONAL Mill & Lumber 


Co. 






Piftb and Bryant sts. 




93 




Western Planing Mills 








355 Berry St. 






MS 


Oil-Burning Appliances 






127, 


Witt. (J. E. Co., Inc. 








850 Howard St. 




127 


92 


Oil-Burning Plants 

Fess System Company 






94 


218-222 Natoma St. 

Johnson, S. T. Co. 




102 




1337 Mission St. 




!'l 


1 25 


Painting and Decorating 








Bernstein. William 






111 


1325 Pulton St. 

Cramer Bros. 




lie, 




742 Fourteenth St. 




108 




Donovan, Vincent J. 








729 Minna St. 




111 




Kern, Henry 






119 


121 Geary St. 




109 




Llewellyn. The J. Company 




llii 


1635 Broadway, Oakland, 

Xeal. L. J. 


Cal. 


109 


99 


4(il Hayes St. 




102 



RUDEHMAN, I. Page 

110 Jessie St. 

Wagner Bros. 

530 Gough St. 

Zelinsky, A. A. 

1 10 Jessie St. 
Zelinsky, D. & Sons 

564 Eddy St. 125 

Paints, Oils and Varnishes 
Bass-Hueter Paint Co. 

816 Mission St. 88 

Berry Brothers, Inc. 

250 First St. 115 

Biturine Co. op California 

24 California St. 108 

Fuller, W. P. & Co. 

301 Mission St. 87 

Greene, A. L. 

311 California St. 83 

Whittier Coburn Co. 

301 Howard St. 101 

Patent Chimney Builders 

Dresser McDonnell & Co. 

39-49 Isis St. 

Picture Frames 

Oocrvoisier, E. B. 

431 Sutter St. 123 

Photo Engravers 

California Photo & Engraving On. 

12 1 Second St. LIS 

Photographer — Architectural 

Moulin, Gabriel 

i:,:: Kearny St. 112 

Pacific Photo & Art Co. 

86 Third St. 114 

Scott. Walter A. 

568 Market St. 113 

Plastering — Contractors 

Bradley & O'Reilly 

llll Jessie St. 

Chalmers. H. A.. Inc. 

Call Building. 

CAMPBELL & Williams 

110 Jessie St. 

(.ill. Morn. W. G. 

ISO Jessie St. 

Jacobsen, X. 

ISO Jessie St. 

Johnson, Oust 

110 Jessie St. 107 

KNowles, A. 

Foteom St. 112 



Lyden & Bickel 

200 Fell St. 

Mi wat, Donald 

110 Jessie St. 

MacGRUER & 0<>. 
180 Jessie St. 

Morehouse, C. C. 

872 Folsom St. 
Ornamental Plaster 
Larson, O. F. & Son 

178 Guerrero St. 
Plumbing — Contractors 
Burnham Plumbing Co., Inc. 

1220 Webster St. 

Fisher & Wolfe Co. 
207 Tehama St. 

Gilley-Schmid Co., The 

190 Otis St. 

Lacey, E. V. 

110 Jessie St. 

Lettich, A. 
365 Fell St. 

Lettich, J. M. 

1 10 Jessie St. 

Pinkerton, James II. 

2266 Fulton St. 

Snook. Frederick \V. Co. 

596 Clay St. 

Wilson, Wm. F. Company 
328 Mason St. 

Plumbers' Brass Supplies 

Glauber Bbass Mfg. Co. 

11117 Mission St. 

Plumbers' Supplies 

( KANE Co. 

lid and Bran nan Sts. 

California Steam & Plumbing 

Si PPLY < '". 
673 Fifth St. 

CLOW, James B. ft Suns 
Hearst Building. 

Doi QLAS, The John ( '" 
New Call Building. 

Haines. .Lines & CaDBUBY Co. 
861 Poison St. 

Holbrook, Merrill & S; 

Sixth and Bllixnnie Sts. 

K I (II I. Eli ( '(>. 
571 Missii 

Mark-I.ai.i.y Co. 

1 St. 

Nelson, N O. Me.. 
978 Bows 



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112 



118 



105 

107 



112 
123 



109 



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Plumbers' Supplies — Continued 

Never Split Seat Co. 
Evansville, Ind. 

Pacific Sanitary Mfg. Co. 
67 New Montgomery St. 

Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
San Francisco Office, Bialto Bldg, 

Scott Co. 

243 Minna St. 

Prong Studding 

Collins, Cornelius 

320 California St. 
Radiators 

American Radiator Co. 
Second and Townsend sis. 

Radiator Traps 

Dunham, C A. Co. 

Wells-Fargo Bldg. 
Refrigerators 

Hammond, M. E. 

Humboldt Hank Bldg. 

Roofing 

Cantley, James & Co. 
137n Green St. 

Mackenzie, J. R. D. 

i:!l Fifteenth St., Oakland, Cal. 

Malott & Peterson, Inc. 
682 Monadnoc-k Bldg. 

National Roofing Co. 

Plaza Bldg.. Oakland, Cal. 

Paraffins Paint Company, The 

40 First St. 
Safes 

Hermann Safe Company. The 
126 Folsom St. 

Sanitary Garbage Chutes 

Bill & Jacobsen 

502 Mission St. 

Sash Cord 

Samson CORDAGE Work's 
Boston, Mass. 

Self-Winding Clocks 

Decker Electrical Construction O 

1 1 1 NYw Montgomery St. 
Sculptors 

Benkman, Kdw. .1. 

450 Hayes St. 

BlNNER, TllEO. 

423 Fourteenth St. 

GORSUCH, Tnos. W. 
704 Divisadero St. 



ige 


Sarsi, O. S. 




Page 




123 Oak St. 




183 


83 


Sculptors Workshop, 


The 






1705 Harrison SI. 




99 


'.n; 


Sheet Metal 







S6 



115 



114 



114 



105 



88 

87 



107 



111 



114 



123 



Amsler Sheet Metal Works 
25 ShotweU St. 

Hooker, L. B. Co. 

1530 Howard St. 
.Morrison & Co. 

769 McAllister St. 

UNITED States Metal Products Co. 
525 Market St. 

Shipping and Commission 

Grace, \V. R. & Co. 
332 Pine St. 

Sidewalk Lights 

Beroer Manufacturing Co. 

I 120 Mission St. 

•I lckson, P. II. & Company 

2::7 First st. 
Signs 

Robinson, Oscar M. 

57 Minna St. 
Stained Glass and Decorations 

Grolle, Charles David 

853 Mission St. 
Stair Builder 
Stewart. J. K. 

3075 Army St. 
Steel Ceilings 

Berger Manufacturing Co., The 

1120 Mission St. 
Steel, Open Hearth 

Judson Manufacturing Co. 

819-823 Folsom St. 

Stone Work — Contractors 

McGlLVRAY Stone Co. 
634 Townsend St. 

Raymond Granite Co., Inc. 
Tenth and Division Sts. 

Store Fronts 

Kawneer Manufacturing Company 

OF California 
Berkeley, I 'al. 

Stoves 

Il.s, John G. & Co. 
839 Mission St. 

MaNGRUM & Otter 
561 Mission St. 



11!) 



US 



127 
1 12 



98 



89 

112 



103 



Structural Steel and Iron Page 

Ralston Iron Works, Inc. 

Twentieth and Indiana Sts, 123 

Schauee, Fred C. 

1514 Thomas Ave. 105 

United States Steel Products Co. 

Rialto Bldg. 92 

Surety Bonds 
Aetna Life Insurance Co. 

218 Pine St. 127 

Pacific Coast Casualty Co. 
Merchants Exchange Bldg. 

Surveyors and Engineers 

Sanborn & Corrinson 

251 Kearny St. 
Temperature Regulation 

Johnson Service Co. 

149 Fifth St. 116 

Tiles 

Gervais, Henry 

1 7l!7 Mission St. 117 

Ginsberg, S. & Co. 

1029 Larkin St. 

National Tile Company, The 

Crocker Bldg. 94 

Mangrum & Otter 

561 Mission St. 103 

Tiles — Interlocking 

Denison Block Company 

Sacramento, I !al. 100 

Varnish 

Berry Urds., Ltd. 

850 First St. 11"' 



Standard Varnish Works Page 

113 Front St. 97. 

Wall Beds 

Marshall & Stearns Co. 

1152 Phelan Bldg. 95 

Wallpapers and Draperies 
Uhl Brothers 

717 Market St. 124 

Waterproofing 
Imperial Company 

Builders Exchange Bldg, 106 

Paraffine Paint Company, The 

40 First St. 87 

White Lead 

National Lead Co. 

Merchants Exchange Bldg. 99 

Windows — Patent and Reversible 

Dean Reversible Window Co. 

553 Brannan St. 

11 user Reversible Window Co. 

226 Balboa Bldg. 120 

Perfection Reversible Window Co. 

2025 Market St. 1 II 

Simplex Window Co.. Inc. 

Underwood Bldg. 12fl 

Whitney Window ( !o. 

522 Sharon Bldg. 1 18 

Wood and Ivory Turnings 

11a \s Wood & IvORY Works 
nil Clementina St. 



We wish to extend our thanks 
to the 

United Light & Power Co. 

City Electric Co. 

Great Western Light & Power Co. 

for the light furnished 
for our exhibition 



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